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He also took a swipe at Congress leader Rahul Gandhi as the latter did not participate in any campaign for the Himachal Pradesh assembly election and said that they (Congress) are careerist leaders.
Himachal Pradesh Congress Committee on Saturday claimed that Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is circulating a forged letter with motives to influence voting patterns in favour of its party in the State.
According to the Election Commission of India (ECI), Simaur recorded the highest voter turnout at 41.89 per cent while Lahaul and Spiti recorded the lowest voter turnout at 21.95 per cent. A voter turnout was 34.05 per cent in Bilaspur, in Chamba it was at 28.3
As part of its firm commitment towards gender equality and constructive participation of women in the electoral process, Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) Rajiv Kumar said that as many as 157 polling stations across the State are being managed solely by women staff.
Congress MLA Vikramaditya Singh on Saturday said that this is the "final" and the government had faced a defeat in the semifinals
Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra on Saturday appealed to the voters of Himachal Pradesh to "vote with full understanding in weaving the future of Himachal" as the state goes to the polls to decide the fate of 412 candidates for 68 assembly constituencies.
As the polling for the Himachal Pradesh Assembly elections is currently underway, the state has recorded only 17.98 per cent voter turnout till 11 am.
The BJP has changed its candidate from the seat. Subhash Thakur is presently the sitting MLA from the seat where he had defeated Congress' Bumber Thakur by 6,862 votes in the 2017 Assembly elections. The BJP has fielded Trilok Jamwal to win the seat again for the party. However, Congress has
A polling team walked for roads covered in thick snow to reach Kuthera and Fatehpur in the Kangra district and Maliyat and Bharmour in the Chamba district of the state.
Voters across Himachal Pradesh queued up outside polling booths on Saturday to elect a new state government.
Voting for the Himachal Pradesh Assembly elections is underway at the 68 constituencies across the state.
"Himachal will vote for OPS (old pension scheme). Himachal will vote for employment. Himachal will vote for 'Har Ghar Laxmi'. Come, vote in large numbers, and make your valuable contribution for the progress and prosperous future of Himachal," Rahul Gandhi tweeted.